Jasmine Volante

August 2023 Artist of the Month

“No Need for a Niche”

 Jasmine Volante has been a creative her entire life, but truly began pursing the life of an artist during the COVID lockdowns in 2020. Her exhibit “No Need for a Niche” showcases a variety of mediums and subjects, from surreal and realistic acrylic on canvas to illustrated still life in graphite and charcoal. This will be Jasmine’s second show at Cowork Frederick, and we are excited to welcome her back.

Frederick Artists Night – August 5, 4-8 pm


One night only! Come see this local art exhibit at Cowork Frederick (122 E Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701).

All work is for sale. All sale proceeds go to the artist.

Open to the public (entrance is free). Light refreshments will be served. Please show your support for local artists and musicians by stopping by.


Aidan Ryan loops guitar, bass, keys, drums, and vocals to build songs from scratch. Original singer/songwriter performances mixed with covers of Van Morrison, Radiohead, Fiona Apple, Warren Zevon, and more.

About the Artist

Jasmine Volante is a passionate creator who is focused on helping people seek healing from trauma, identity crisis, and depression through arts, music, crafts, and community. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, she fell in love with creating and expressing herself in a visual way, and her passion to create lights her life in the brightest of ways. Jasmine is pursuing her associate’s degree in the arts at Frederick Community College and expects to graduate in December of 2023. To learn more about Jasmine, go here.

About Frederick Artist Night

Frederick Artists Night is an event that celebrates local (Frederick County) creativity with an art exhibit and reception and live music on the First Saturday of each month. The event is sponsored by the Cowork Frederick Foundation. All proceeds from art sales to go the artist. To support this event, go here.

Founded in 2019, the Cowork Frederick Foundation is the community-supported, non-profit arm of Cowork Frederick. We help Frederick County freelancers and entrepreneurs be more successful by creating ways for them to connect, learn, and build better businesses – and lives – together. Help support our efforts here.